Kirkley hit seven past Walsham in cup

KIRKLEY and Pakefield thumped fellow Ridgeons League Premier Division opponents Walsham-le-Willows 7-1 in the S1 Sport Suffolk Premier cup first round last night to set up a home tie against Woodbridge Town.

KIRKLEY and Pakefield thumped fellow Ridgeons League Premier Division opponents Walsham-le-Willows 7-1 in the S1 Sport Suffolk Premier cup first round last night to set up a home tie against Woodbridge Town.

S1 SPORT SUFFOLK PREMIER CUP FIRST ROUND

Kirkley and Pakefield 7 Walsham-le-Willows 1

KIRKLEY hammered Walsham-le-Willows for seven in their S1 Sport Suffolk Premier Cup first round tie on Wednesday.


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Kirkley, who started the match with Simon Cambridge in the right back position after two years out of the game with a knee injury, took the lead after 35 minutes when Nathan Stone netted the first of his three goals after being fed by Jamie Stokeld.

Walsham had a brief sauté at the beginning of the second half but with 13 minutes gone a superb Jamie Stokeld corner fell to Chris Henderson who stabbed the ball into the net. Following another corner three minutes later it became 3-0 with Stone, in space, striking the ball past Mustoe.

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Stokeld fed Stone to smash in his hat-trick on 66 minutes and then Walsham got a goal back through substitute Mat Dixon who raced through like a greyhound and planted the ball past Pauling.

Kirkley substitute Danny Stokeld made it 5-1 five minutes from time before Liam Cooper centred for Jordon Blythe to get on the scoresheet in a vintage Kirkley passing display. Danny Stokeld scored his second and Kirkley's seventh when he curled the ball past Mustoe.

This victory sets up a second round tie at home to Woodbridge on November 14.

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